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instant ramen why we love it
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21 / F / London, UK
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Posted 2/19/13
I try not to eat instant ramen often because of the sodium levels. When I do, I usually try and find stuff to add to it to make it more healthy, like whatever vegetables I have in the 'fridge.

However, making far healthier ramen dishes from scratch isn't all that difficult, or too expensive. Depending on what you want in it it can be a little time consuming, but there are lots of recipes that should only take ~10 minutes.
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Posted 2/19/13
Its cheap, easy to make, and food of the gods
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Yes, I do enjoy instant ramen, but not for every day food xD

I started to like eating Nongshim noodles after seeing them in Defense Akuma hahaha
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Posted 2/19/13
its's one of the few foods i can make without screwing up plus i had spicy shimp one today at work. it was so tasty!!
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24 / M / NJ
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Posted 2/19/13
I LOVED instant Ramen...then I tried real Ramen and I can't even look at the instant stuff anymore
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25 / M / US
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Posted 2/19/13 , edited 2/19/13
I used to eat Instant Ramen. Then I traveled to Japan and ate real Ramen in Tokyo. Now I look at Instant Ramen, and say "Nah". I then proceed to fix my own. It's easy to substitute some things in order to get as close to Ramen as possible.
HOWEVER I do enjoy the every once in a while different flavored Instant Ramen. Problem is that my area doesn't get many new flavors.
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16 / M / Canada
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Posted 2/19/13
I don't need to cook. Instant food FTW!!!!!!!!
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Posted 2/19/13
The flavouring is freaking good...
.. It makes it smells, taste so damn good...
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24 / M / UofL; Louisville, KY
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Posted 2/19/13
Beef Ramen quick like 3 minutes to completely go from package to bowl and it is cheap and tasty if you cook it just right. I perfected the cooking method for Ramen, boil water then put noodles in for 1 minute (with flame on) then turn flame off for 30 seconds then serve. The hot water will continue to soften the noodles while you add your flavor in the bowl.
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Posted 2/19/13
I like it, but I try not to consume too much of it since it contains a lot of sodium.
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17 / F / Night Vale
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Posted 2/19/13 , edited 2/19/13
I eat it. Err'day. Because that's all I have to eat, really. And I'm tired of living off hot pockets. I have beef, chicken, oriental, and shrimp. TONS OF IT.
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18 / M / America
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Posted 2/19/13
I don't eat ramen.

Breakfast: Either waffle, cereal, or toast
Lunch: Sandwich (turkey)
Dinner: Rice, chicken, vegetables, sometimes homemade spaghetti, sometimes homemade noodle soup, leftovers when I go to a restaurant every weekend with family
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Posted 2/19/13
It's essentially a quick way to eat ramen. I hope that in college I won't rely on ramen though ahha
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Posted 2/20/13
It's inexpensive, has a relatively long shelf life, and is easy to prepare. I generally only eat it when I'm sick these days, so you couldn't really say that I "love" it as much as you could say that I recognize its utility as a budget food which is easy to put together.

Most of the time I prefer to cook things that are a bit more involved, like lohipiirakka (I really love fish). Of course, you can make instant ramen more involved and exciting by adding things like fish chunks, eggs, and chives in it. Doing things like that can really bring some life back into instant ramen once the taste starts to grind.
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29 / F / Philadelphia, PA
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Posted 2/20/13
It's cheap and quick, doesn't taste bad, and I can eat it with my fingers.

I would like to have "real" ramen though (again). I only had some once and it was sooooooooo delicious.
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